Gekko is one of 9 Export Champions in the 2020 Governor of Victoria Export Awards (GOVEA) as announced by Minister for Trade Martin Pakula and the Governor, the...
Gekko is thrilled to announce winning the 2017 Melbourne Unearthed Hackathon this past weekend at Melbourne’s General Assembly.
The 54-hour open innovation event gathered software developers, engineers and designers into teams to develop prototype technologies to solve one of the four challenges provided by Newcrest.
The Minister for Trade, Tourism, and Investment, the Hon Steven Ciobo MP announced Gekko Systems as the winner of the Australian Export Awards in the Minerals, Energy and Related Services category.
The CEEC Medal is an annual award for the most outstanding published paper, article or case study profiling beneficial strategies for eco-efficient comminution.
A few years ago, Elizabeth Lewis-Gray was shocked to discover that critical research on energy efficiency in comminution was not reaching the people making the big...
Since May this year, readers have been sending in nominations for the International Mining Technology Hall of Fame, and Elizabeth Lewis-Gray is delighted to be named a finalist for the Comminution category. This category received the highest number of nominations which were shortlisted to Elizabeth Lewis-Gray (CEEC), Joe Pease (IsaMill), John Russell (Mill Relining System), John Starkey (SAGDesign test), Samuel Calvin McLanahan (1842-1928; Log Washer and the Single Roll Crusher) and Prof Alban Lynch.
Gekko Systems has recently received the internationally renowned Mining Magazine’s Environmental Excellence Award for the company’s work and activities in the area of Cyanide Detox. The awards are presented annually to celebrate outstanding new technologies, innovations and initiatives within the mining sector.